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Skub is a fictional substance based on a Perry Bible Fellowship comic strip portraying two individuals at odds with each other due to their opposing stances on the aforementioned material. The insignificance of skub is the basis of the comics joke, which arises from the fact that people would not normally have an allegiance to a product this insignificant.


The comic strip portrays two people bearing shirts “pro-skub” and “anti-skub” who ultimately fight due to each others stance on this product, with the final panel bearing an image of a container of Skub. “Skub” Itself is portrayed as a container of cream similar to hair wax.


soon it brought to attention to the internet and many people took to their own side of the war. a person who is pro-skub is A person who has yet to realize the fact that skub is terrible, while someone who is anti-skub is One who doesn’t see the glorious benefits in that which is skub.

- if you are Pro Skub then you believe that: skub does everything good and creates all good things.

- if you are Anti-skub then you believe: skub is evil it does everything evil and wrong you believe the it is the creation of all evil things

7chan is pro skub while 711chan is anti skub. Skub is not an actual object. It is a symbol for anything that could ignite a heated argument. Its nonexistence serves to emphasize the futility of such arguments. To this day, skub is used as a metaphor for useless flame wars. This is why skub is popular.

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